Founding of Carl Heymanns charitable society for the promotion of legal services and law mbH Cologne, 14.08.2012. European Science Award Carl Heymann price European legal award personalities will recognise the coming year regularly who have promoted the integration of the European Union with faculty contributions, with their lifetime achievement in the areas of law and policy and thus significantly shaping the lives of EU citizens. 50,000 Euro prize is awarded by the in the March in Frankfurt-based Carl Heymanns mbH charitable society for the promotion of legal services and the law. Initiator of the prize and Director of the non-profit organization is the Informationsdienstleister Wolters Kluwer Germany. With the Carl Heymann price European legal award personalities are honored with faculty contributions or their life’s work in the areas of law and policy the integration of European Union. Include, for example, integration services, such as the open borders between Member countries adopted today as a matter of course as well, such as the harmonization in all areas of public life, in particular work, family, education and career. The central concern of the non-profit company is promoting the European idea of peace and freedom as an exemplary project for the future. As a leading information service provider in Europe, with about 8,000 employees and over 30,000 authors in the field of law, are for Wolters Kluwer of European thought, the integration of Nations in peace and freedom, as well as the creation of a competitive economic area in the global competition of central importance”, says Dr.
Ulrich Hermann, Chairman of the Executive Board of Wolters Kluwer Germany. With its commitment in the context of the Carl Heymann conferred regularly in the future in the Frankfurt Paulskirche price and promotion projects at universities, Wolters Kluwer Germany would like to make a lasting contribution to European integration. Ceremony in the Paulskirche In a solemn ceremony is the Carl Heymann European legal award for the first time on Sunday, the 24 February 2013 in the Frankfurt Paulskirche prize. A European occupied Board of Trustees will decide on the selection of the prize winner or the winner in the autumn of this year. The Carl Heymanns non-profit society dedicated to exclusively charitable law objectives. It is advertising for this purpose for donations. More information at. About Wolters Kluwer the Wolters Kluwer Germany GmbH is a knowledge – and information service provider with core competencies in the fields of law, economy and taxes.
Wolters Kluwer Germany provides in-depth technical information in the form of literature, software, and services for professional users. The company employs approximately 1,200 with headquarters in Cologne, Germany at over 20 locations Employees and operates over 25 years of experience in the German market. Wolters Kluwer Germany is part of the leading international Informationsdienstleisters Wolters Kluwer n.v. headquartered in Alphen aan den Rijn (Netherlands). The company’s core markets are legal, economic, tax, accounting, corporate and financial services and healthcare; The target group are professionals. The shares are listed on the Euronext Amsterdam (WKL), also in the AEX and the Euronext 100 index. Wolters Kluwer has annual sales (2011) of 3.4 billion, employs approximately 19,000 people and is represented in over 40 countries in Europe, North America and the Asia/Pacific region and Latin America.